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Why Are There So Few Women in Design Leadership?

The uphill climb past entrenched bias makes many women just give up

Photo: Nathan Dumlao/Unsplash

The data:

Only 33 of the companies in the Fortune 500 list have CEOs who are women.

The same applies to six of the companies in the FTSE 100.

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Jessica Richards

Jessica Richards

Product & UX Consultant. Founder of Creative Product Consulting. Feminist. World traveller. Empathy & cats.

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